Comparative proteomics reveals that central metabolism changes are associated with resistance against Sporisorium scitamineum in sugarcane

@article{Su2016ComparativePR,
  title={Comparative proteomics reveals that central metabolism changes are associated with resistance against Sporisorium scitamineum in sugarcane},
  author={Yachun Su and Liping Xu and Zhuqing Wang and Qiong Peng and Yuting Yang and Yun Chen and Youxiong Que},
  journal={BMC Genomics},
  year={2016},
  volume={17}
}
BackgroundSugarcane smut, which is caused by Sporisorium scitamineum, has been threatening global sugarcane production. Breeding smut resistant sugarcane varieties has been proven to be the most effective method of controlling this particular disease. However, a lack of genome information of sugarcane has hindered the development of genome-assisted resistance breeding programs. Furthermore, the molecular basis of sugarcane response to S. scitamineum infection at the proteome level was… Expand
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